Candace Cameron Bure and Daughter Team Up With for KING & COUNTRY to Inspire Extraordinary Women

(Photo:Instagram/Candacecbure)Candace Cameron Bure, for KING & COUNTRY and Natasha Bure pose backstage at the Extraordinary Women Conference in Roanoke, Virginia, Sept 30 2016.

Actress Candace Cameron Bure was invited to be a guest speaker at the Extraordinary Women Conference in Roanoke, Virginia, on Saturday where her daughter, Natasha, joined the band for KING & COUNTRY on stage to perform their new hit "Priceless."

It's not the first time Bure and Natasha have crossed paths with for KING & COUNTRY, and the "The Voice" contestant took to social media to share a clip of her recent performance with the two-time Grammy Award-winning Christian band.

Natasha wrote on Instagram: "forkingandcountry I absolutely adore you guys and can't wait till we do this again! #pricelessthemovie, Roanoke, Virginia, you're rad! See you tonight San Antonio!"

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The Extraordinary Women Conference, according to its website, "exists to help draw women closer to the heart of God, everyday."

During their first set Saturday night, for KING & COUNTRY brought out Natasha to once again join them in singing their hit song "Priceless," which is also the theme song for their upcoming movie of the same name.

The song fit right in with the theme of the conference as the lyrics are meant to be an encouragement to women and emphasize their value to God.

Natasha made her singing debut on television during her mother's 40th birthday celebration on "The View." Bure, a co-host on the popular daytime talk show, was consumed with tears during the live taping as her "favorite band" for KING & COUNTRY surprised her by asking her daughter to join them on stage for the concert.

During the taping, the duo debuted "Priceless." Bure, who is always emotional about her daughter's talent, just watched and cried. When finished, she ran up on stage and gave her daughter a hug and they cried together.

Bure regularly posts videos of her daughter singing worship songs in church. But now the 18 year old is hitting "The Voice" stage where thousands of viewers will see her talent. The 40-year-old actress was also on "The Voice" set during blind auditions to support her daughter. She revealed to Us Weekly in July that she wanted Natasha to either join Adam Levine's or Blake Shelton's team.

"I would probably say between Adam and Blake, because the other two judges rotate. So maybe one that is there all the time. But you know, everyone they have on that show is unbelievable. I love watching that show," she told Us Weekly. "Adam's a cutie and so is Blake. They are adorable together."

Natasha's "Voice" debut has yet to air but in the meantime she is keeping busy traveling with her mother singing at conferences.

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